Pakistan vs England 2nd T20I
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England take on Pakistan in the second T20I in Karachi on September 22. This is a seven-match series with the first four games to be played in Karachi and the last three in Lahore. The visitors won the first T20I by six wickets and are leading the series 1-0. 

Jos Buttler picked up a calf injury ahead of the first T20I and is likely to miss the first five games. The England white-ball skipper is likely to play the last two games as per reports. The mood was very different in the two camps after the first T20I.

Babar Azam, who is struggling with his own form said that it was their batters who failed to continue the momentum after the first 10 overs. Pakistan were 85/1 in 9.3 overs after Babar’s wicket and they could only reach 158/7 in their 20 overs. 

Babar Azam
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“We utilized the batting powerplay well, but we let the momentum slip after the 10th over. Credit to their bowlers, but we were not up to the mark and we didn’t get the partnerships. They worked out the conditions well, but our batters should have done better. We’re trying different combinations before the World cup, we’ll test our bench strength and then go to the tournament with our best team” said Babar. 

Moeen Ali, on the other hand, praised the performances of his players. Luke Wood on debut picked up 3 for 24. Alex Hales on his international return also scored 53 off 40 balls to take his team home. Overall, it was a comprehensive win for the hosts and they looked the better team on the night. 

Moeen Ali
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“Brilliant performance, they got off to a great start, but we pulled things back in the middle overs, the bowlers were excellent. On a tough surface, I thought the batters did well. Rashid and Wood’s debut was outstanding and was a good all-round performance from the bowling unit. We were smart with the chase, Alex Hales, batting after such a long time, he was nervous but showed why he’s one of the best in the country. Brook showed why he’s rated so highly back home, their partnership was wonderful to watch” said Moeen Ali. 

PAK vs ENG Live Streaming Details- When And Where To Watch Pakistan vs England Live In Your Country? England Tour Of Pakistan 2022, 2nd T20I

Pakistan vs England 2nd T20I
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England tour of Pakistan 2022 will witness 7 T20I games now. All the games will be played in Pakistan. All the games will be played at 8 PM (IST), 7:30 PM local time.

In India

In India, the England tour of Pakistan 2022 will be live telecast on Sony Sports Network. The live streaming of the matches will be available on the Sony Liv app.

In Pakistan

In Pakistan, PTV Sports will present the live streaming of the England tour of Pakistan 2022 to viewers. The live streaming will be available on the ARY ZAP app and website.

In the United Kingdom

In the United Kingdom, the live telecast of the England tour of Pakistan 2022 will be shown on Sky Sports Network.

In Australia

In Australia, Fox Sports will present the live telecast of the Pakistan vs England T20I series.

In New Zealand

In New Zealand, SKY NZ will present the live telecast of the series.

In USA and Canada

In USA and Canada, Williow TV will present the live telecast of the series.

In the Caribbean

In the Caribbean islands, Flow Sports will present the live telecast of the series.

In South Africa

In South Africa, Super Sports will present the live telecast of the series.

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